My productivity took a turn with the new macOS 13 beta

With the arrival of the first beta of macOS 13, Apple presents us with the new smart way to use our computers in everyday life, after analyzing the features and reviewing the betas for iPhone and iPad available in the developer program, I decided to install it and start using it.

With macOS Ventura That is macOS 13 The performance of our computer improves because it adds powerful settings so that users can share, collaborate and use the device more easily.

macOS 13: Stage Manager and improved artificial intelligence

The new beta of macOS 13 It brings with it the addition of Stage Manager, a productivity boost, as the system automatically organizes your open apps, windows, and files into one view (and on any Mac) so you can focus while easily moving between them.

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The work of Manager prominently displays the application in the center, tidies up the desktop, and allows secondary applications are updated background.

In my day-to-day work, which includes apps like Final Cut, OBS, Safari, Google Chrome, and Spark, moving between apps and windows is seamless with just one click. I like it a lot and the work becomes more efficient on a daily basis.

iPhone as main camera

From the moment I upgraded my Mac to the beta macOS 13new interactions typical of the Apple ecosystem have been enabled for me and one of them is the possibility of using the iPhone as the main camera.

And it is that this possibility really opens a new world in all your productivity applications, since you will only have to bring your iPhone closer and change your main camera input.

Apple’s new bet works wirelessly, so there is nothing to plug in and if we add to this the possibility of being used in various video call applications (FaceTime, Webex, Zoom, OBS, among others), this makes it a amazing experience and typical of the Apple ecosystem.

There is more?. If you have the iPhone 13 Pro and want to take advantage of Apple’s advanced phone camera system, I’m telling you that you can use the iPhone’s Ultra Wide Camera with Center Stage on any Mac, whatever something that will really allow you to get targeted results, framed and high quality videos.

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Weather apps now in macOS 13 and iPadOS beta

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This new beta welcomes you weather app on our macso you can check out the forecast modules for air quality details, local forecasts (in the Quillota image) and more.

If you want longer or more extensive data, with this weather desktop app you’ll get hourly forecasts for the next 10 days, with minute-by-minute rainfall intensity for the next hour.

Mention that the Clock app is also added to this app (same design as iPhone and iPad), a design and ecosystem commitment that will allow you to see the local time in different time zones around the world or set an alarm that plays a ringtone at a specific time.

FaceTime flexes its muscles with macOS 13 beta

In this new update, users will be able to move a FaceTime call from one device to another in seconds.

I am a frequent user of FaceTime, both audio and video and I answer calls from the computer and the iPad is very comfortable and improves my productivity a lot.

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These are definitely nice improvements and enhance your user experience. Remember that if you want to try this new macOS Ventura mention that you will need to have:

  • iMac2017 and after
  • Mac Pro 2019 and after
  • iMac Pro 2017
  • studio mac 2022
  • Macbook Air 2018 and after
  • mini mac 2018 and after
  • Macbook Pro 2017 and after
  • MacBook 2017 and after


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